AQUA RITE™ Pro
SALT CHLORINATION AND CHEMISTRY AUTOMATION
Professional-grade Aqua Rite Pro takes pool and spa sanitization and chemistry automation to new levels building upon the industry leading salt chlorinator — Aqua Rite. This integrated solution automatically senses ORP and pH levels and dispenses a self-renewing supply of pure chlorine generated from salt, while controlling pH. Integrating chemistry automation with sanitization eliminates the need for an additional device on the pool pad and lowers installation costs. So now pool owners get the most consistent water quality possible, water that's brilliant, soft and silkysmooth, for the best possible pool experience ever.
Q: What is the difference between the AquaRite & AquaRite Pro?
A: The AquaRite Pro has the ability to add the Sense and Dispense Add on Modules
Q: What are the Sense and Dispense Add on Modules?
A: This system comes with the AQLCHEM and AQLCHEM2 Sense and Dispense Add on Modules. The AQLCHEM allows for the AquaRite Pro to test the chlorine levels in the pool and then dispense the proper amount of chlorine back to the pool through the salt cell. The AQLCHEM2allows for the AquaRite Pro to test the pH in the pool and then dispense the proper amount of pH back to the pool via a CO2 canister (CO2 Purchased locally)
Q: What is included in this system?
A: This System includes the AquaRite Pro Power Supply, Salt Cell. This system does not include the Sense and Dispense Add on Modules if you would like to purchase the complete AquaRite Pro Kit which includes the Sense and Dispense Add on Modules then you may do so here AquaRite Pro System With Sense & Dispense
Q: Why is CO2 better than acid to maintain pH?
A: The reason we suggest maintaining your pH levels with CO2 instead of acid is because of the safety factor. First you don't have to store hazardous acid in a tank on your property. Secondly CO2 can only bring your acid level down 5.5 which is far below where you would need to have your pH, however acid can bring your pH levels all the way down to 0 which would be dangerous as well as harmful to your pool and equipment.
Sense and Dispense™ Purchased Seperately
This professional-grade ORP and pH sense and dispense technology was previously only available for commercial pools. Goldline Controls now offers an economical approach, with the same level of accuracy, for residential in-ground pools. Click here for complete AquaRite Pro Packages with Sense & Dispense
Right-sized salt chlorination
Goldline Controls now offers a new line of Turbo Cells for their salt chlorination and controls solutions. The cells come in three sizes — 40,000, 25,000 and 15,000 gallons. The new sizes enable you to right-size your pool for the most-efficient and cost-effective chlorination possible. These cells are based on the proven Turbo Cell technology that made Goldline Controls the leader in salt chlorination. They automatically generate a self-renewing supply of fresh, pure chlorine — for water that's clean, clear and luxuriously soft.
- AQRPRO - AquaRite Pro Power Supply
- TCELL15 - AquaRite Pro Salt Cell for Pools up to 40,000 Gallons
- Total Pool Chemistry Sense and Dispense ORP (Chlorine) and pH
- For in-ground pools up to 40,000, 25,000 or 15,000 gallons
- Use multiple units for larger pools
- Total Pool Chemistry Sense and Dispense ORP (Chlorine) and pH
- Simple homeowner operation
— Adjust chlorine output from 1–100%
- The best water quality attainable
— Always crystal clear and ready for swimming
— Soft silky feel—no more red eyes or dry skin
- Microprocessor automates all functions
- Digital salt display and 8 diagnostic indicators
- Patented Turbo Cell for maximum efficiency and flow rates
- Super chlorinate function
- Automatically cleans the cell by periodically reversing polarity
- Quick, weatherproof connections inside control door
- Single unit for 120VAC/240VAC 50/60 Hz power input
- Locking weatherproof enclosure
- UL and CUL Listed, NSF certified
Up To 40,000 Gallons
Q:Is the flow switch direction important?
A:Yes. The flow switch must be mounted so the arrows on the switch it’s self go in the direction of flow. Also, the flow switch requires 12 inches of straight pipe before the water enters the part to ensure there is no turbulence inside the switch compartment causing the switch to display “no flow” in error. Also, the switch needs to see at least 11GPM of flow to properly close the switch.
Q:Can I use rock salt?
A:Rock salt is not an option. Rock salt has entirely too many impurities and could cause some issues with the pool water, or pool surfaces.
Q:What is “SUPER CHLORINATE”?
A:The unit will run in 2 separate polarities and continually switch sides as long as the pump continues to run. The desired output percentage dial will tell the chlorinator how long to generate in each polarity, SUPER CHLORINATE simply tells the unit to ignore the dial setting for 24 hours and generate chlorine at 100% of its capability.
Q:Will the Aqua Rite work on a portable spa?
A:The Aqua Rite chlorinator is specifically designed for use with in-ground pools, and will not work with portable spas or hot tubs due to its high output.
Q:Will the water taste salty?
A:Generally you should not be able to taste any salt in the pool because the level of salt in the water is so low, however some people with sensitive palates might detect a small amount of salt.
Q:Does the Aquarite Pro system have to turn on and off with the pool pump?
A:Yes, the AquaRite Pro should turn on and off with the pool pump.
Q:Is the salt included with the salt chlorine generator?
A:No, salt is not included. You would purchase the salt locally and the quantity will depend upon the number of gallons of water in your pool. Use a salt that is at least 99.8% pure NaCl. The preferred salt is evaporated, granulated, food quality, and NON-iodized. Avoid using salt with anti-caking agents like sodium ferrocyanide, also known as yellow YPS (prussiate of soda). These cause some discoloration of fittings and pool surface finishes. DO NOT use calcium chloride.
Q:I have a pool that is about 10,000 gallons but I am thinking of buying a salt chlorine system for pools up to 20,000 gallons. Would the larger unit be a problem?
A:It is not a problem to oversize a salt system. It would take the larger unit less time to produce the necessary chlorine so it is actually more efficient. When the pool volume is very close to the capacity of the salt chlorine generator (for example, the pool is 18,000 gallons and the generator is rated at a maximum of 20,000 gallons), we would recommend going up to the next size generator.